Kayaking to Ban Bo Thor in Krabi, Thailand

If you like to visit places off the beaten track, then a kayak trip to Ban Bo Thor in Krabi, Thailand is the perfect sightseeing activity for you. Ban Bo Thor is north of Ao Nang on the northern coast of Krabi. There are only four paved roads that can get you there, past limestone mountains and mangroves. The roads all end at the fishing village of Leam Sak on the Andaman Sea. Continue reading Kayaking to Ban Bo Thor in Krabi, Thailand

Krabi, Thailand night markets and street food

When you visit Krabi, Thailand, and if you are like most travelers, you know that one of the best things about traveling is the chance to eat the local foods.

Thai Street Food in Krabi, Thailand

Two main daily night markets in Krabi, Thailand provide an abundance of opportunities to taste Krabi Thai street food. There you will get a chance to experience the real food of southern Thailand with a huge variety of curries, meats, seafood, barbecue, sweets and a variety of beverages. The cuisine offers Muslim, Chinese, Malaysian, Indian, and Thai dishes at incredibly inexpensive prices. Continue reading Krabi, Thailand night markets and street food

Khao Khanap Nam in Krabi, Thailand

Khao Khanap Nam in Krabi, Thailand, two 100-meters tall limestone mountains jutting out of the Krabi River, represents the symbol of Krabi Town and Krabi Province. You can see them as soon as you approach the city, and they are visible from just about any place in Krabi Town.

The two cliffs stand on land made up of mangrove forests and straddle both sides of the Krabi River (which, by the way, is the shortest river in Thailand, only 5 kilometers long). Home to many different bird species and other wildlife, Khao Khanap Nam makes for a memorable experience. Continue reading Khao Khanap Nam in Krabi, Thailand